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How to get to Springfield, Vermont
Springfield, Vermont is in the Connecticut River valley on
the eastern edge of Vermont. It is north of Brattleboro and
Bellows Falls and south of Windsor and White River Junction
(I-89). The main highway serving Springfield is Interstate 91,
and Springfield is at Exit 7 on Vermont Route 11.
If you wish to use your favorite internet mapping program to
locate Stellafane, you should enter Jordan Road, Springfield,
VT as the address to look up.
Stellafane is approximately 7.5 miles from I-91 Exit 7.
See map below directions.
From I-91 Exit 7 take Route 11 West towards Springfield,
and pass through the center of town.
At the Junction of VT-106 (approximately 4.5 miles from
Exit 7), Route 11 turns left (west). Stay on Route 11, then
pass McDonald's on your right.
As Route 11 begins to climb a long hill, pass under a
yellow blinking light for the Springfield Hospital. It's
time to start watching for Breezy Hill Road.
Make a left turn at Breezy Hill Road. Note that the
Breezy Hill Road turn off of Route 11 is directly across
from "Green Mountain Classic Cars", which is much easier to
spot than the small road sign. If you see Bellows Road
on the right, you've gone too far on Route 11. The turn is
approximately 6 miles from Exit 7.
Head straight up the hill on Breezy Hill Road. You will
pass Stellafane Road on your right (don't take this, it goes
back down the hill to Route 11!).
The road will come to a "T" just past the end of the
pavement -- make a right, continuing on Breezy Hill Road
(Left is Monument Hill Road, a dead end). Usually, there are
no road signs here.
At the top of the next hill, there is another "T".
Breezy Hill Road continues to the right. You should turn
left on to Jordan Road.
You will quickly come to a SHARP RIGHT turn -- be
careful! Poor visibility.
All entrances to Stellafane are on Jordan Road -- see
the next section for details.
Finding your way around Stellafane
The Stellafane site is split into two parts:
The Original Stellafane Site is located at the
top of Breezy Hill. The Pink Clubhouse and Porter Turret
Telescope are up here, both part of the
National Historic Landmark. The way up to Stellafane is
a right turn off Jordan Road near the crest of the road,
through swinging steel gates. This site is approximately 8
Stellafane East is a large tract of
new land located about 1/4 mile from the original site, a
little further along Jordan Road, with several entrances
which are all left turns. The McGregor Observatory, Domed
Observatory, Bunkhouse (a former farmhouse) and Flanders
Pavilion are located here. Approximately 80 acres.
See our About Buildings page for
a pictorial guide to the major observatories and buildings at
Stellafane and our Aerial
Photomap for a birds eye view of our